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[ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents --
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tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. thank you very, very much. thank you. welcome -- welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. happy columbus day. happy columbus day to everybody here. for everyone watching in canada, happy thanksgiving.
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[ cheers and applause ] thanksgiving -- it's thanksgiving in canada. it's very similar to our thanksgiving, everybody gathers for a big dinner and then they go around the table and say what they're grateful aboot. [ laughter ] yesterday morning, pope benedict named five new saints to the catholic church, though some are questioning whether obama really deserved it. [ laughter ] this is scary, yesterday israel threatened to attack iran if international sanctions are not placed by christmas. to which people in both nations said, "um, what's christmas?" [ laughter ] we'll get on that. former illinois governor rod blagojevich will make an appearance on donald trump's "celebrity apprentice." part of trump's plan to make his own hair look normal. [ laughter ] "it's genius. why haven't i done this earlier?" [ cheers and applause ] a company in massachusetts has created a flying car that can change from a plane into a car in less than a minute. pretty amazing.
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it's kind of cool. captain sully sullenberger said, "big deal, i changed a plane into a boat. it can be done." [ laughter ] rapper, soulja boy, was arrested in atlanta last week after trying to run away from the police when they broke up his illegal video shoot. police knew it was soulja boy because he ran away like this -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that's how he ran. why would you run that way? >> steve: you'd think there'd be a faster method to escape. >> jimmy: i can't dance at all, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] retailers are predicting that the top selling halloween costume for men this year will be bernie madoff. and for girls, slutty bernie madoff. [ laughter ] that'd be interesting. the chicago cubs declared bankruptcy today. a move that they say will help them sell the team as part of the new cash for clunkers program.
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[ laughter ] i read some good news, congratulations to heidi klum who gave birth to her fourth child on friday. it's a girl. congratulations to her and seal as well. congratulations, guys. the delivery was incredible, one day it was in, and the next, it was out. [ laughter ] a former flight attendant on oprah winfrey's private jet is suing oprah. did you hear about this? because she was accused, she was fired for having sex on the jet. so she did become the first member of the oprah mile-high book club. [ laughter ] so, that was great. small club. [ laughter ] a man in north carolina was arrested for hiding 929 gallons of moonshine under a shed. [ scattered applause ] police are charging him with five counts of being a 1930s hobo. [ laughter ] authorities say that if no one comes around to take the
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responsibility in the next five days, party in jebediah's shed. [ laughter ] i read that roman polanski is extremely depressed after spending just two weeks in jail. when asked where he'd be more comfortable he was like, "juvie?" [ audience ohs ] [ cheers and applause ] you asked me. don't ask me, if you don't want an answer. that was you guys. and finally, a 7-year-old boy in britain brought his 2,000-pound bull to class for bring your pet to school day. everybody had a good time except the kid who wore red. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what a show. a beautiful weekend it was here
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in new york. i didn't do anything this weekend really big, i just kind of stayed at my house and i played this video game "uncharted ii," for playstation. anyone have that? well, it's not out yet, i don't think. is it? [ laughter ] is anyone here from the future? [ laughter ] i played this game, and man, this game is off of the charts. it's like you're playing, like, an "indiana jones" movie type of thing but you're controlling -- and it's scored and i was just totally lost. and my wife was like, "get a life." [ laughter ] but i was, like, just entranced with it. i did that all week. and then i watched the yankees. [ cheers and applause ] they did great. swept, swept. it happened so fast. it was crazy. how fast it goes, 170, 160-something games and then playoffs and then off to the next thing. it was quick. it was fun and then i went to see "saturday night live." which was good. i saw that. yeah, actually i had a pretty busy weekend the more i think about it.
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[ laughter ] i thought i did nothing, this helps me on mondays. i can tell actually what i did do. you know what i did do? i caught up on my tivo, because i don't have a chance to watch television much when i'm at home. i mean when i'm at work during the week. so, when i go home, i just pass out drunk. [ laughter ] but then, over the weekend, i had nothing to do, so i just watched every single show and everything. and i watched "amazing race," "biggest loser." yeah, i watched all of the reality shows. because my wife is obsessed with those things. "amazing race" was sad last night. anyone see that? heartbreaking, it was just sad. no one died or anything. it was just sad. [ laughter ] i was in a sentimental mood. i watched "biggest loser." and i always watch "biggest loser." this happens to me all the time, i watch it and i ordered some healthy food, delivery. because i didn't feel like cooking, didn't want to do anything this weekend. so, the delivery guy got lost or something like that. he didn't understand what i was saying, the address, i don't know what i was talking about. so, i go, "okay." i just cancelled the order. and i just go, "screw it, i'm just going to get a pizza." so, i got a pizza. and i'm sitting there watching "biggest loser", like -- "look at these people." [ laughter ] "they got no self control, these people."
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[ laughter ] "they eat too much." grease dripping all over my fat body. [ laughter ] >> steve: where was your shirt? >> jimmy: right, i shirtless, yeah. [ laughter ] that's the way i watch all of my shows, yeah, yeah. but tonight, this is a good show right here. from the "today" show, the lovely kathie lee gifford is here. [ cheers and applause ] oh, i love kathie lee gifford. from the new film, "the stepfather," and star of the hit show "gossip girl," penn badgley is joining us. [ cheers and applause ] yeah, he's a good guy. and we got some good music tonight from love and theft, everybody. it's going to be great tonight. [ cheers and applause ] they're good. now, we're checking our email to the show. a lot of people have been emailing our show. a couple weeks ago, kirk from the roots talked about his birthday plans. take a look. >> jimmy: happy birthday, once again, to captain kirk over there. kirk, happy birthday. [ cheers and applause ] he's a good man.
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you going out? you doing anything tonight? you partying down? >> just planning on making sweet love to my woman tonight. [ cheers and applause ] it's my birthday! put the kids to bed and put on the marvin gaye. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: it was a little, like, too much information there. i was like, just, "what are you going to do on your birthday?" [ laughter ] but it just made everyone laugh. and, yeah, i don't even want to ask what you're doing for columbus day. [ laughter ] do you have any plans? >> well, you know how i do, jimmy. >> hit it! ♪ ♪ make sweet, sweet love to you, woman this columbus day ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ put the kids to bed break out the wine put on the marvin gaye ♪ ♪ make sweet, sweet love
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to you, woman this columbus day ♪ ♪ travel south of her equator drop your anchor in her bay ♪ ♪ columbus discovered this land so i could discover your body ♪ >> owww! [ laughter ] ♪ columbus discovered this land so i could explore your body ♪ >> yowww! [ laughter ] ♪ we're going a sexpedition i'm going to sail your ocean blue ♪ ♪ your nina, your pinta your santa maria i'm going to do it like it's 1492 ♪ [ laughter ] ♪
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♪ make sweet love to you, woman this colubus day ♪ ♪ make sweet love to you, woman this columbus day ♪ ♪ it's columbus day and i've got to say there's something i just want to tell you ♪ ♪ i'm going to find your western passage and ferdinand your isabella ♪ ♪ make sweet, sweet love to you, woman this columbus day ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ make sweet, sweet love to you, woman this columbus day ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: nice. very nice job, kirk. hey, i don't know if you guys heard, last week miley cyrus quit twitter. big news. everyone was talking about it. well, over the weekend, she released a rap video explaining why. here's a clip. ♪ ♪ yeah the rumors are true i deleted my twitter can you believe it i got to two million ♪ ♪ then i said adios i had to say goodbye and this little rap is to tell my fans why ♪ ♪ [ scattered applause ]
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>> jimmy: wow, that was interesting. good beat. nicely done. well, we've got something very exciting to show you. it's an exclusive. apparently, miley's dad, billy ray cyrus has also made a video of his own. [ laughter ] but instead of being about quitting twitter, this video tells people that he's still on it. [ laughter ] here, check it out. ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ hey there america let's make this clear miley might be gone but i'm still here ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: billy ray's still on twitter. everybody, we'll be right back with kathie lee gifford! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ (announcer) we call it the american renewal because we believe that ideas are limitless.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. and thank you so much for watching. our first guest sat next to regis philbin for ten years on "life with regis and kathie lee." now you can see her every morning on the fourth hour of
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the "today" show right here on nbc. she's also the best-selling author of this book, "just when i thought i had dropped my last egg." say hello to the one and only kathie lee gifford, everybody. ♪ kathie lee you are a very special lady ♪ ♪ and i mean it in that mary tyler moore way ♪ ♪ or that extra value meal at happy burger ♪ ♪ oh, kathie lee you're my fantasy ♪ ♪e [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. that's what i am talking about. >> how great was that song, making sweet love to your woman. i thought he was talking about your woman, so i thought it was a problem. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i hope it's not. i forgot to ask him who it was about -- it's not my woman. [ laughter ] >> that's what it was really about. >> jimmy: no, no no. >> the proverbial "your woman." >> just in general. >> jimmy: just anyone's woman. >> anyone's woman is basically
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what it is. >> jimmy: but you, kirk, or anybody? >> i'm going to make love to my woman. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: just clarify it. >> he's got his hands full, you can tell. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. kathie lee, i have to say, i had the biggest crush on you in high school. and i always wanted to send you something or just tell you that. and i think that i wrote you a letter and i went to see the show a few times. >> are you kidding me? >> jimmy: no, i'm deadly serious. >> because it's so sad. >> jimmy: what are you talking about? [ laughter ] >> come on, of all of the people out there you can have crushes on, you picked me. did you go to therapy for it? >> jimmy: no, i loved you! i thought that you were very funny in the morning and that was my thing. i was like, "i love kathie lee gifford." i went to see the show once with my friend gerard and i said i was just trying to meet you, but, you know, it was very quick. you were busy, you were working. >> and i'm rude to people in general, anyway. >> jimmy: no, you were very, very nice.
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but i had this great plan, i said, "look, when they ask that trivia question. >> right. >> jimmy: on the phone. you know, you always share with someone who's sitting in the seat. i go, "no matter what seat, stand up and wave." so, like, if they said, "well, thank you, you won. what seat?" and they're like, "seat 36." i go, "we just stand up." "oh, my god! this is it." and so, we did it. >> really? >> jimmy: and the camera came up to us and we got on tv. but that's about it. [ laughter ] and you didn't notice. >> and what, you were like, 12 years old or something? >> jimmy: no, i don't know what i was. >> because, see, i do the math. >> jimmy: my voice changed. i mean, i had a deep voice. >> oh, so, you were, like, manly. >> jimmy: yes, absolutely. it was much deeper. it was deeper than it is now. [ laughter ] >> no, because my big break came on a show in 1977, called "name that tune." >> jimmy: right. >> so, that's 32 years ago. and you are -- how old are you? >> jimmy: i'm 35. >> do you know how depressing that is for a woman? [ laughter ] no, honestly.
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i guess it's cool. >> jimmy: but you're so fun. >> well, thank you. but just because you get doesn't mean you're not fun anymore. >> jimmy: but you're gorgeous, too. >> but that's the other thing, that's kind of -- thank you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: am i making you blush? >> i don't know what to say! you're making me blush! >> jimmy: i'm sorry, i'm sorry. >> i mean, come on. i'm an old lady. and i'm bloated right now. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: bloated right now. >> and i can't get over that guy's sexy song. [ laughter ] but anyway -- >> jimmy: there's a lot of sex going on tonight. >> i know. >> jimmy: it's very -- yeah. i was going to ask you about this thing. i think it was "tv guide" or something like that, gave you -- it was, like, the most gorgeous woman in the -- yeah. and i was probably voting. >> well, maybe you're the reason i won. back in -- i think cody was one year old, so it was, like, 1991, they had the most beautiful woman on television contest for "tv guide." my assistant called me up on a friday and said, "there's good news and bad news." i said, "what's the good news?" she says, "you've been nominated." after i fell off the floor i said, "well, what's the bad news?" she goes, "you're number 49 out of 50." [ laughter ] so, i figured, "you know what? there's no way i'm ever going to win this thing." and rightfully so, you know. because of jaclyn smith and all those people were on television back then. i said, so i said, "i'm going to
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have some fun with this." called up the props guys, bobby orsillo, still there. i said, "bobby, get me an apple pie." so, monday, came on, and i held up a flag and a picture of cody and the apple, i said, "a vote for me is a vote for america, motherhood and the american way." or something like that. [ laughter ] the next day, i said, "i got to keep this going." i baked cookies. it would be, like, i baked cookies for everybody. the third day, it's a wednesday by now, frank drives in a convertible into the stage with me waving in the back with cody. with his diaper on the back, saying -- you know, i put his little butt to the camera. i did. [ laughter ] and it said, "vote for my mom, or something like that. [ laughter ] i was having a little fun. >> jimmy: you sued cody's but? >> i used his butt. >> jimmy: unbelievable. >> that's the privilege of a mother. i cleant up, i can e it. [ laughter ] so, anyway he says -- it turns out that by tuesday, i had won to contest by 15,000 vote >> jimmy: yes! [ cheers and applause ] >> i beat jaclyn smith. >> jimmy: yes, finally.
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>> no, b. they were not happy that i had beaten jaclyn smith by 15,000 votes i sent her a huge bouquet of flowers, "i'm so sorry, i had a little fun with the contest and i'm sorry i beat you so badly." [ laughter ] but i said, "to the real most beautiful woman on tv, sorry, love, kathie lee." or something like that. well, anyway, they wereot amused. they had all these gorgeous women on the cover when it came out, "are these the most gorgeous people on tv?" no, they open it up, you know, lik towards the back. there's this gnarly picture of me, i won it. but you know what they didn't ge, jimmy? they didn't get the power of television. that's what lille ball would have done. that's what different people would do. that's, you know, you're in on the joke, you know. >> jimmy: yeah, exacy. it's just so much fun. i mean, then you left us for a little bit. you went and did movies and, you know, you came out with records. >> everything. and theater, a lot of theatre work. but then came back as the oldest person at the "today" show except for willard scott. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not how we see
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you. you're on the fourth hour of "today" show? >> yes, the happy hour we like to call it. >> the happy hour -- it is, it . it's super fun. i love you. how hoda? >> hoda woman's awesome. she's fantastic. >> jimmy: i watch you all the time,nd you're always talking about her feet. you love her feet. >> she has the most gorgeous feet. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm not usually jealous of women's parts -- [ laughter ] well, some. [ laughter ] but i am jealous, nick, when she's on, ke her come barefoot, she's goingo drive you guys crazy. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. [ cheers ] >> those guys, they got mor foot fetishes up there. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: why is -- >> well, because i was not blessed with pretty feet. my mother's toes, every one of em isn a different zip code. [ laughter ] feet like that -- yeah. i id, "mom, you kn, those will come in handy at halloween, you know." but, so, she never got the surgery and her grandmother's feet were like -- it's hereditary. then you throw in these kind of
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bies, look at these. [ cheers ] yeah, yeah! >> jimmy: yeah, right there, yeah. >> you know what these are ,besides incredibly way too expensive? these, ladies and gentlemen, these are stupid. [ laughter ] they're stupid. you're an accident waiting to happen. so, i had both my -- after 44 years in show business, i had both of my feet operad on by a lovely zimbabwean surgeon. dr. michael clai and i wanted to kill his zimbabwean neck. [ laughter ] i was doing the crab crawl everywhere. i served thanksgiving dinner doing the crab walk. >> jimmy: you could not walk? >> no, i could not walk. it was the most agonizing thing. imagine putting all of your weight -- what is it? 12pounds? >> jimmy: thank you. [ laughter ] >> all of your weight -- >> jimmy: what, after the biggest loser -- [ laughter ] >> you're a stick. all of your weight on your feet that have just been sliced, diced in the cuisinart? it is excruciatingly painful. >> jimmy: yeah, just walking on your butt?
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>> i had no choice. up and down steps. and honestly i couldn't do the crutches thing. couldn't put any weight on it, itas pathetic. and the doctor said beforehand, "you're going to be my bes patient. ok at you. you're back on tv. you got a gat attite." you're this, you're that. he says, "you're going to be the best." i was the worspatient he has ever had in the history of his medical profession. >> jimmy: really? awful. >> awful. >> jimmy: he couldn't wait to get you -- you were just complaining, yelling? >> when wenin last week for my wrists he starteto scream. he didn't want any, any -- >> jimmy: "i'mvery busy, i'm very busy." >> i know, i know. i'm bad patient, but anyway, i'm here. >> jimmy: speaking of "name that tune." >> yes. >> jimmy: i wanted to do somethg ke that when we come back. if you dot mind, we'll play a little "name that tune" with kathie lee. >> no, no, no wee going to call it "identify the ditty." >> jimmy: oh, okay. >> 'cae you're going to get sued. >> jimmy: we can't -- someone's going to sue me. yeah, yeah, right, i can't do th. >> "indentify the ditty." >> jimmy: "indentify the ditty" with kathie lee, when weome back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. welcome back, we're here with the great, the gorgeous kathie lee gifford. >> i'm ling it here. you get a lot more love than at 100 in the morning. let me ll you. >> jimmy: we'll have to talk to hoda about that. >> although, i'm not usually bloated at 10:00. anyway, b that's the only problem. i got to work on that if we're -- >> jimmy: a little bloated. >> i'm going to be he a lot. >> jimmy: you look great. >> notice he did not say, "youe going to be here a lot."
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[ laughter ] any way, let's play. >> jimmy: are you kidding me? you are going to be here a lot. >> let's play, baby. >> jimmy: all right, let's do this. now, look -- > i got to gargle. >> jimmy: all right, go for it. all right, here we go. here's the way we're doing it. so, you were on a show, we won't say the name of the show. >> no. >> jim: but it was a music show where you guessed the song by -- >> yes. >> jimmy: by singing the tunes. >> there werdifferent ways of playing it. yes. >> jimmyhummg? no. >> yeah, you had to "la la" out the title, basically i had to learn 200 songs in five days. and then we did all the shows in five weeks. and i didn't make a mistake once the whole year. but that was before i was driing. [ laughter ] so, now -- tonight, anything could happen. >> jimmy: who knows? exactly. especially with me, yeah. >> jimmy: okay, here we go. so, the first round is -- we got 15 seconds on the clock. >> right. >> jimmy: all right. so, and it's pop song >> right. >> jimmy: you go first. >> okay. >> jimmy: you just pick the thing , it's magnetized. >> okay. >> jimmy: i'm not looking at it. they moved the monitors, i can't see what song it is. >> all right, ready. ♪ la, la, la, la, la, la la, la, la, la, la, la, la la, la, la, la, la, la la, la, la, la, la, la ♪
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♪ la, la, la, la, nyea la, la, la, la, la, nyea ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ la, la, la, la, la, la la, la, la, la, la la, la ♪ [ buzzer ] [ laughter ] >> what is it, everybody? >> audience: "party in the u.s.a." ♪ it's a party in the u.s.a. >> jimm i thought it was -- ♪ make sweet, sweet love to ur woman ♪ [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: that was, like, weird. it was really fast. >> okay. all right. okay. >> jimmy: sorry about that. all right, let me go. here's mine. can you guys see at home what it is? [ laughter ] ♪ la, la, la, la, la, la, la la, la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ if you like it then you should have put a ring ont if you like it then you should have put ng on it ♪ >> beyonce. >> jimmy: yes! [ cheers and applause ] very good. very good guessing. all right, you go next.
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>> you have a very lovely falsetto voice. >> jimmy: oh, yea [ laughter ] >> yes. okay, this is tv themes. okay. in four notes, or do i have fifte seconds? this is in four notes -- >> jimmy: five notes, five notes. >> five notes. ♪ la, la, la, la, la [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a tv show theme? >> right? ♪ the love boat [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah! great! yes! i love games. >> i know, it's so fun. >> jimmy: here we go. okay. and i'll only do five. >> the tv theme. [ laughter ] it's not as easy as it sounds. ♪ la, la, la, la, la [ laughter ] >> jimmy: am i close? ♪ la, la, la >> let do it one more time. ♪ la, la, la, la, la
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[ buzzer ] >> jimmy: wait, how did i get buzzed? did i go over five? just because you didn't get it. ♪ la, la, la, , la la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "the simpsons." "the sisons." >> that's "the simpsons?" >> jimmy: well, i was going to go -- ♪ la, la, la >> then i would have known it! [ laughter ] gosh! all right, okay. >> jimmy: i'm just getting to know you. >> how ma notes do i get to do on movie songs? >> jimmy: movie songs, the last one's four note challenge. >> fr notes. >> jimmy: trickier. movies, ay. ♪ la, la, la, la [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: that sounded great. it sounded really good. they know what it is. [ cheers and applause ] the voice is beautiful but i don'tnow if i know this movie. ♪ la, la, la, la ♪ la, la, la ♪ way up high [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh. "when you --" >> my god. >> jimmy: "somewhere over the rainbow." >> hello?
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm sorry. ♪ la, la, la, la >> is thame? did i just not -- >> jimmy: no, t if you sang "somewhere over --" no one would understand -- >> oh. >> jimmy: no, no, you have to do it "la, la." >> yeah, you have to. that's sort of the point. [ laughter ] okay. all right. >> jimmy: that's what makes it a game, yeah. i'm sorry. >> what is this again? movie them? okay, movie song. >> jimmy: mexican movie themes? >> mexican movie themes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't know. that what we can do the next time. >> okay. >> jimmy: all right, here we go. i got this one. here we go. >> you are adorable, by the way. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: stop it, now. re we go. >> you really are. you're lovable with a big old love. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, stop. all right. >> stop? isn't he? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hey, hey! hey, watch it, watch it. re we go, all right. ready? >> okay. four notes? >> jimmy: yeah. ♪ h, ha, ha, ha ♪ stayin' alive stayin' alive ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah! i love it! >> thank you.
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>> jimmy: come back whenever, whenever, whenever. come back tomorrow! every day of the week. >> oh, thank yo >> jimmy: the book is in stores now. u can see kathie l every morning at 10:00 on the "today" show. kathie lee gifford, everybody! penn badgley is next! come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you are abt to enter a pla... a place where time and space collide... where you can share... bu... destroy... a place that will launch a billion yodels... a place shaped like you... brought to you... you. it starts with you... starting today. yahoo. ♪ yahoo it's you.
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>> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. thank you for watching. you know our next guest as dan on the hit show "gossip girl." starting this friday, you can also see him in the new movie, "the stepfather." please welcome penn badgley, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> so good. give it up for the roots, please! [ cheers and applause ] i really, really, really love them. >> jimmy: you're a big roots fan. >> i am, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: when did you get into them, have you always been into the roots? >> you know, it came -- i was 12 years old and somehow i really got into d'angelo. and quest obviously was, like, co-pilot on that album, and a lot of those musicians i got into. pino palladino and charlie hunter.
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so, i really give it up to you guys, you guys are really incredible. >> jimmy: that's good, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] you just saw them recently, right? >> i did, yeah, i went to the jam a couple of weeks ago and then i saw them at this hennessy artistry party. >> jimmy: hennessy party? are you into hennessy? >> i am, now. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: dude, penn. you don't hear that name penn that much. where did that come from? >> my dad was an avid tennis player and so he was gripping a penn tennis ball throughout my mom's pregnancy for stress. and at one point he was bouncing it and my mom said, "oh, he's about the size of that tennis ball." >> jimmy: really? >> and then, yeah, it's kind of -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: is that how you really -- that's how you were named penn? >> yup. >> jimmy: so, you could easily could have been dunlop or -- >> yeah. [ laughter ] you're not the first. >> jimmy: could've been wilson. >> yeah, wilson, yeah, that's right. >> jimmy: i am trying to think of some obscure tennis ball name. >> prince. >> jimmy: prince! spalding. that is one. some new yorker out there yelling spalding. [ laughter ]
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i know that you went to college -- we were doing some research on you, you went to college at 14? >> yeah. >> jimmy: does that make any sense? >> no, it's much less impressive than it sounds. but i was going to community college, just because i graduated early, so, yeah. >> jimmy: at 14 years old? you're like doogie howser. [ laughter ] >> no, i was taking, like, drawing classes and painting classes and photography and that stuff. you know, taking as little gen. ed. as i could. >> jimmy: did you have older friends, like people in their 20s? >> yeah, i mean, i was friends with some of them there. [ in low voice ] >> jimmy: "hey, penn, do you want to come?" [ in high voice ] "yeah, no problem, buddy. i'll go with you." [ laughter ] >> guys, can you buy me some beer? >> jimmy: "kid's 14, he's cool." >> actually, i don't think most of them knew i was 14. in fact, there was one time i was talking to this girl in an art class, where in fact, we were drawing nude models. >> jimmy: they let you draw nude models when you were 14? >> yeah, i mean, they didn't really know. >> jimmy: who didn't know? the models, yeah, i guess not. [ laughter ] that's like a 14-year-old's dream. "i get to do what?" >> it was actually really an incredible experience. but no, there was this girl who i was talking to, and i think she was, like, the only person i told i was 14.
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>> jimmy: mrs. robinson? >> yeah. [ laughter ] that's her. >> jimmy: that's her. i heard about her. so, then you did that. and now, dude, "gossip girl" exploded. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah, it's huge. >> jimmy: you're great in it, too. >> yeah, thank you, i appreciate that. >> and the city's just completely embraced "gossip girl." >> it has. >> jimmy: what a place to have it set. to shoot it and have it set in new york. >> well, this is kind of a symbol of that. i mean, the fact that i am on this and i actually know you, kind of. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> and it's just been an incredible experience, the way they have embraced us. and the respect that we get, especially, too, because we are a young show. >> jimmy: i heard that you went to the palace -- and i know you date blake. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: and you and blake went to the palace hotel, right? >> the palace hotel is where we shoot a lot of the show. >> jimmy: and they have a sandwich called the -- what is it called? >> they called it "the gossip girl grilled cheese sandwich", or something long. >> jimmy: it really just rolls off of the tongue. "can i order the 'gossip girl' grilled cheese sandwich?" >> so i just went in, i was like, "you should call it the
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gossip grill." and they were like, "okay." and they went back and they typed it up and gave me a new menu to take home. and they just changed it right there. >> jimmy: so you now have a sandwich -- >> that i sort of named. you know, i helped them along the way, and it's still called that. >> jimmy: you took it home? >> yeah, why not? they gave it to me. i put it up on my microwave. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a sign of respect. you put it up there. i had something at the improv. i used to work, do standup at the improv and they named a meatloaf after me for -- >> for like a week? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, they keep naming it after the comedians, week by week. it was like ray romano's chicken. and then jimmy fallon's meatloaf. [ laughter ] >> how long ago was that? >> jimmy: it was probably about 1996, or something like that. but still have that menu, yeah. and i think my parents were going to frame it at one point. you're not framing the jimmy fallon meatloaf menu. it's ridiculous. [ light laughter ] but i want to talk about -- you're doing movies as well. "the stepfather," scary movie.
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i mean, this is a frightening horror movie that's coming out halloween. >> it is. >> jimmy: it's coming out this weekend, right? >> it comes out this friday. >> jimmy: this is, everyone's talking about this. it's about a guy who just starts marrying other people's families just so he can kill them? >> yeah, well the idea is, he probably doesn't want to kill them going into it, but he's a psychopath and he wants them to live up to a certain standard. and i guess it's that. they never do because he has like this "leave it to beaver" ideal in his head that they never meet. so, i play a kid who comes back from military school. he's slightly reformed, and he just sees immediately that he's very strange. and he's suspicious. and it becomes a sort of head to head. >> jimmy: it's a scary thing. >> yeah. >> jimmy: well, everyone's looking forward to it. we actually have a clip of it. >> oh, you do? >> jimmy: so do you know what this scene is? >> i think it's -- it's the first scene we shot in the movie, actually. >> jimmy: really? >> the first scene we shot, and there is tequila involved. there we go. >> jimmy: there we go, clip of the movie "the stepfather." >> i know this must be a bit of a
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shock, your mom and me getting married and all. but i want you to know, i want us to be a real family. >> it's either that or we have nothing. >> oh, okay, touche. so, i get a little corny sometimes. i meant what i said, you just let me handle your mother. and i'll make sure you stay right here, where you belong. no more military school. we're gonna put this family back together, you and me, father and son. >> stepfather. >> stepfather. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, creepy, right? creepy, dude. i like it. penn badgley. "the stepfather" is in theaters this friday. "gossip girl" airs monday at 9 p.m. on the cw. love and theft perform next, come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. our next guests are a great band. they just hit the top ten on the billboard country chart with their single "runaway" from their debut album "world wide open." they're here to play it tonight. please welcome love and theft,
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everybody! ♪ ♪ it's been a long week i've got a slow leak in my left front tire ♪ ♪ i'm sick of where i work my boss is such a jerk don't care if i get fired ♪ ♪ my back's about to break no money in the bank and she don't call me anymore ♪ ♪ i'm down to my last ring it's time to sell my things ♪ ♪ and pack my bags and never look back ♪ ♪ run a parallel line with the railroad tracks make my get away ♪ ♪ i put the pedal to the metal as the sun goes down ♪
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♪ leave everybody sleepin' in this sleepy town tonight ♪ ♪ at the break of day i'll be a runaway runaway ♪ ♪ a hundred miles in i got a stupid grin on my scruffy face ♪ ♪ with every cigarette i'm burning my regrets don't want to leave a trace ♪ ♪ and from my rear-view i've got a clear view of who i used to be ♪ ♪ a little bit faster now don't wanna turn around ♪ ♪ i'm gonna pack my bags and never look back run a parallel line with the railroad tracks ♪ ♪ make my get away i put the pedal to the metal as the sun goes down ♪
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♪ leave everybody sleepin' in this sleepy town tonight ♪ ♪ at the break of day i'll be a runaway i'll be a runaway i'll be a runaway ♪ ♪ i'll be a runaway i'll be a runaway ♪ ♪ it's crazy, i know to count on this road and give me what i need ♪ ♪ but with every state line somehow i find another part of me ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ ♪ i'm gonna pack my bags and never look back run a parallel line
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with the railroad tracks ♪ ♪ and make my get away i put the pedal to the metal as the sun goes down ♪ ♪ leave everybody sleepin' in this sleepy town tonight ♪ ♪ and at the break of day i'll be a runaway i'll be a runaway i'll be a runaway ♪ ♪ i'll be a runaway i'll be a runaway i'll be a runaway ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. very, very nice. very nice. that sounded great. that sounded great, man. thanks so much, guys.


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